prosecuted for perjury? >> technical speaking, under the law, yes. i think they have enough proof to show it's a specific intent crime. for our viewers, what that means you have to prove to your jury or your judge she willfully did this. she meant to lie and i think they have enough evidence to prove it. from a personal human standpoint, i don't think we're going to see it happen. remember, no matter what we think of cindy anthony, she is a victim here. she is a grieving grandmother and, kyra, you watch that testimony, just like i did, sobbing, heaving, racked with grief. so we know that she truly truly loved that little girl and misses her. and, at this point, all she was trying to do is save her daughter's life and it worked. i think any prosecution will look like sour grapes so i don't think we will see it happen. >> what about prosecution for other family members or other players? >> no. it's a done deal. if you want to get anybody for perjury it's specific intent.